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Nashville Christian Concerts and Events Lineup: June 29th through July 7th, 2010
This is the outline for our weekly Nashville events podcast, from Tuesday June 29th through Wednesday July 7th, 2010. The submission deadline for next weeks broadcast is 5pm on Friday July 2nd. Submit your events at NashvilleChristian.com (FREE).
Hi everybody! This is Jerry Bryant, and this week we are covering events from Tuesday June 29th, through Wednesday July 7th.
To include your Christian events, which are open to the public, in next week’s podcast, simply register at NashvilleChristian.com, and add your events to the calendar by 5pm on Friday July 2nd. It’s absolutely FREE, and we would be honored to include you in our broadcast (http://feeds.feedburner.com/
Alright, this week around Nashville, here’s what’s happening:
On Wednesday, June 30th, at 6pm, Acafest (an international acappella singing festival) begins at Lipscomb University. At 7pm, Cornerstone Church in Madison launches a 5 day celebration of independence, featuring indoor fireworks, a laser light show, and an IPRA sanctioned professional rodeo, all held within the confines of the church sanctuary!
On Thursday, July 1st, starting at 7:30am, Acafest will be a full day event at Lipscomb University. At 6pm, Nashville Christian Business Network will host “A Life Well Lived” life management training at Christ Church. At 7pm, its indoor fireworks and rodeo time again at Cornerstone Church.
On Friday, July 2nd, at 6:45am, the Tennessee Christian Chamber of Commerce is hosting a CEO fellowship breakfast at Brentwood Baptist Church. Starting at 7:30 am, another full day of Acafest at Lipscomb University. At 7pm, Cornerstone Church continues with their fireworks and rodeo show. On the other side of town, also at 7pm, the “Friday Night Meltdown” will be held at The Fortress of Hope. This is a monthly citywide worship gathering to promote unity in spite of our differences. Directly across the street, at 7:30pm, “Friday Night Fire” will be held at the Foundry. Sounds like a good night to WORSHIP!
On Saturday, July 3rd, starting at 2pm, the Cason Trail Music Festival will be held in Murfreesboro, hosted by Calvary Chapel, featuring 5 different bands and State Senator Diane Black to kick off the event. The primary focus of this festival will be praise, worship, and fellowship. A worthy agenda if I may say so myself! At 5pm, in Madison, Cornerstone Church presents their “Indoor Fireworks & Rodeo Spectacular”
On Sunday, July 4th, at 10am, will be your last chance to see the indoor fireworks and rodeo show at Cornerstone Church. As you all know, this is INDEPENDENCE DAY. Many local churches are hosting festivals, cookouts, and fireworks. In addition to that, most of the surrounding cities are as well. There is simply too much going on for us to try and list it all. Please check with your local church or city government for activity times and locations.
For more information about each event, including contact information for the host as well as a map to the facility, visit NashvilleChristian.com and click on the Event Calendar. Our site also features a free reminder service for registered members.
Please keep in mind, events change, and sometimes our wires get crossed, so always confirm details with the event host prior to making the trip. Also, from time-to-time, we are notified about an event, after our show has been recorded, so if you’re still looking for something to do, check out our Event Calendar and see if there has been any last minute additions.
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